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Arsenal supporters have recently made a fascinating discovery within the confines of the Tottenham Hotspur dressing room, and the news has quickly spread across social media platforms.

Arsenal supporters have sparked a social media frenzy after noticing a particular item inside the Tottenham Hotspur dressing room during Sunday’s North London derby.

A notable banner was strategically placed within Arsenal’s dressing area at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, quickly becoming a topic of discussion across various online platforms.

Mikel Arteta’s squad managed to secure a narrow victory against Spurs, maintaining their slender one-point lead over Manchester City in the Premier League title race.

The Gunners seized an early advantage with first-half goals from Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg [OG], Bukayo Saka, and Kai Havertz, establishing a commanding three-goal lead within 38 minutes.

Despite a less impressive performance in the second half, conceding goals from Cristian Romero and Son Heung-min and seeing the score tighten to 3-2, Arsenal ultimately held their ground.

Throughout this season’s title chase, Arsenal has displayed consistent form, a testament to Mikel Arteta’s managerial prowess. Arteta’s emphasis on maximum effort and adaptability has been pivotal, as demonstrated by his willingness to modify their playing style when necessary.

Previously, Arteta emphasized the importance of returning to “basics” during challenging periods, a strategy that proved effective last season.

During Sunday’s match, Arteta’s principles, referred to as “non-negotiables,” were prominently displayed in the away dressing room at Spurs.

A banner featuring the word ‘BASIC’ was positioned behind defender Gabriel Magalhaes, with motivational phrases corresponding to each letter. While the complete phrases were partly obscured, fans speculated that ‘brave’ and ‘ambitious’ were intended to follow each letter.

Notably, the inclusion of ‘set-pieces’ on the banner sparked discussion due to Arsenal’s adeptness in this aspect during the match against Spurs.

Since joining Arsenal in December 2019, Arteta has emphasized the non-negotiable attributes he expects from his team: respect, commitment, and passion. These values have been evident in Arsenal’s recent performances, keeping them firmly in contention for the title with three games remaining. Do you think they can pull it off? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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